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ODBC limits

From: O'Neill, Sean <>
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 05:28:20 -0800
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I'm trying to get information of the limitations of ODBC drivers, specifically Oracle's and Microsoft's drivers for Oracle. Things like maximum no. of records they can fetch etc. As I know very little about ODBC (which might be reflected in the nature of my question) I hope I'm asking a sensible question. I'm asking as there are some developers here who are getting a variety of error messages when dealing with large volumes of data from 8.1.7 DB into MS-Access. I'm trying there to ascertain where the problem lies, i.e. is it the driver, MS-Access, combination of both of these, or it's Microsoft what do you expect!!!

Any (non-flame) feedback to useful web sites, white papers etc would be appreciated.

Seán O' Neill
Organon (Ireland) Ltd.
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